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Benefit of Royal Jelly Part 1

  • Royal Jelly

    During the process of creating new queens, the workers construct special queen cells. The larvae in these cells are fed with copious amounts of royal jelly. This type of feeding triggers the development of queen morphology, including the fully developed ovaries needed to lay eggs.

  • The larvae

    The larvae fed with copious amounts of royal jelly.

Royal Jelly

During the process of creating new queens, the workers construct special queen cells. The larvae in these cells are fed with copious amounts of royal jelly. This type of feeding triggers the development of queen morphology, including the fully developed ovaries needed to lay eggs.

The larvae

The larvae fed with copious amounts of royal jelly.

1. Activate brain cells:

The amino acids, biotin, etc. contained in royal jelly are the best food for brain cells; they can normalize dysautonomia; can easily cope with menopausal disorders; activate the secretion regulation center and activate all hormonal systems; can enhance memory and improve intelligence.

2. Bactericidal and anti-cancer effect:

10-HDA can inhibit and poison cancer cells; 10-HDA has a strong ability to poison and kill fungi, biofungus, etc.

3. Modulation of arrhythmias:

Substance R and all its elements are good modulators of blood pressure control

4. Beauty products:

It is an indisputable fact that 2 grams of royal jelly per day can be worth 20 grams of bird's nest, which has been analyzed by the medical profession.

5. Delayed Aging:

Substances within royal jelly such as parotin or pantothenic acid have been shown to delay aging and increase longevity

 

6. Beneficial for liver dysfunction:

This is due to the rich content of creatine, methionine, etc., which is helpful for patients with liver disease.

7. Can repair cells:

The deficiencies in transcription caused by foreign substances can be completely repaired by the large amount of fatty acids and other nutrients in royal jelly.

8. Cures anemia and is useful for leukemia patients:

Royal jelly contains a large amount of vitamin M, which is extremely helpful for both types of patients.

9. Good for children, pregnant women and the elderly:

Not only is it the best growth tonic for children, it can also be a nutritional tonic for pregnant women and even help with the symptoms of pregnancy, and is also a good medicine to prevent dementia in the elderly

10. Help for diabetics:

In addition to the large number of nutrients that can help with sugar metabolism, a type of insulin found in royal jelly can also be very helpful to patients.